A German postcard from 1916, with the amazing caption Abendfrieden in Feindesland: Evening Peace in the Enemy's Country.
On the address side there is a astonishing poem printed. The poem, by Hans Spacek, is devoted to the Battle of Verdun.
In translation the first lines are: When the evening clock bells / it becomes quiet in the country of the enemy.
We can easily assume that mr Spacek was not a soldier.
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